This question was closed as off-topic with 3 downvotes. Four minutes later, the poster manually re-asked it on Literature.SE and got 2 upvotes along with an answer. Should we consider allowing migration to Literature.SE from here?
The site is still in beta phase. The rule is that it's not allowed the migration to sites that are still in beta phase; the only users who can migrate to a beta site are moderators, who can migrate a question to every SE site.
About allowing to migrate a question to literature.SE, I am in favor, when the site is past its beta phase, and provided there are enough asked questions that could be migrated to that site. If the questions that should be migrated there are too few, then flagging a question for moderator attention should be sufficient to do the task.
Consider also that the main rule is, "Don't migrate crap." This would mean that, even having the opportunity, few question would probably be migrated.
No, we shouldn't allow migration, because unfortunately Literature.SE is closing:
As mentioned in the recent blog post, I must reluctantly announce that we'll be shutting this site down on Friday, May 4th, 2012. While a fine topic, progress here has been slow for some time now, and it simply does not appear that literature (in the general sense) has a strong enough following on our network to support the site long-term.